One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A bottle fitted with a nipple for giving milk and other drinks to babies and very young children.‘the 10-month-old clung onto his baby bottle’
- ‘She was clutching a baby bottle that was tucked into a sweat sock to keep the milk warm.’
- ‘Don't use the microwave for deep-frying, canning, or heating baby bottles.’
- ‘Caroline had a baby bottle left from when Nathan was little so we fed him some milk.’
- ‘They dropped by a shop while Elise bought some baby bottles and baby's milk powder.’
- ‘The caregivers employ various behaviors that are usually reserved for babies, such as cuddling the child, wrapping the child in a blanket, or feeding the child using a baby bottle.’
- ‘As well as used items, they have gone out and bought new things like baby bottles and clothing.’
- ‘Don't use a baby bottle as a pacifier.’
- ‘There was no baby bottle, so the infant was fed by spoon.’
- ‘Clear plastics, including baby bottles, can leach an estrogen mimic into hot liquids.’
- ‘They are simple messenger bag-type designs, with various pockets for diapers, wipes, and baby bottles.’
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